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Check on how you're sitting. Where do you feel any tension or strain The back of the neck In your chest or stomach Does your head ache or are your shoulders hunched In fact are you poised for fight or flight when it really isn't necessary
At the IoDWorking Woman conference, Sue Slipman attacked the Government's record on equality issues. She also described the barriers and opportunities to be found in the trade union movement.
Men and women seldom do the same job. The segregation of role according to sex is a continuing phenomenon throughout the western world it occurs in occupations, in families, and in education, and it results in a loss of potential development for both men and women, as well as a serious loss of...
The following abstract, from Women in Management Review Autumn 85, caused quite a stir
At the conferenceWorking Women Paths to Power, organized by the Institute of Directors and Working Woman magazine, the Under Secretary of State at the Department of Trade and IndustryJohn Butcher MPexplained what the Government is doing for women, and described the work shadowing scheme, through...
The vast majority of managers, men and women, would probably answer the question in the article's title by asserting that, for them, ninetofive working has never existed. For much of the labour force, however, set working hours have been the norm, and this applies to both whitecollar and...
At the beginning of January this year, The Body Shop's Training School opened its doors. Andrew Ede spoke to Pauline Lalor, the manager of the school, about The Body Shop, training, franchising, and Pauline Lalor.
Many women like the idea of running their own business but find it difficult to come up with an idea which seems good enough for them to want to risk either their time or their money putting it into operation. In such cases buying a franchise can be a solution. Even where you have lots of ideas...
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